"[When a victimless criminal] is treated as an enemy of society, he
almost necessarily becomes one. Forced into criminal acts, immersed
in underworld-related supply networks, and ever-conscious of the need
to evade the police, his outlooks as well as behavior become more and
Edwin M. Schur
American professor, sociologist, lawyer, economist, author
Schur, Edwin (1974) Victimless crimes: Two sides of controversy. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.
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